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Applying Typeid to Fundamental Types and Non-Polymorphic Objects

Applying Typeid to Fundamental Types and Non-Polymorphic Objects

You can use typeid to retrieve the type information of non-polymorphic objects and fundamental types. However, the result in this case refers to the static type of the object rather than its dynamic type. Note however, that applying dynamic_cast to fundamental types or non-polymorphic classes is an error.

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